JSRM - an exclusive, free online journal and also the official organ of German Stem Cell Society.
   

The Journal of Stem cells and Regenerative Medicine (JSRM) is a fully free access exclusive Online Journal covering areas of Basic Research, Translational work and Clinical studies in the specialty of Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine including allied specialities such as Biomaterials and Nano technology relevant to the core subject. This has also been endorsed by the German Stem Cell Society(GSZ).

The JSRM issues are published regularly and articles pertaining to Stem cells and Regenerative Medicine as well as related fields of research are considered for publication

This Online Journal conceived and run by Clinicians and Scientists, originally started for the student community with reputed members in the advisory/editorial boards, has now been accepted to be the official organ of GSZ is reaching millions of Researchers, Clinicians and Students all over the world, as it is a FREE Journal

 

1. Did you know if someone nominated herself/himself for the Nobel Prize they will automatically be disqualified?

  2. There are more bacteria and microbes in the human body than the actual number of cells that make up the body.

 
CURRENT STEM CELL NEWS

1. Multipotent skin cells made by microenvironmental reprogramming of thymic cells

Swiss researchers have successfully transformed cells from the thymus, an organ found in the thoracic cage to cells of the skin even to those producing hair follicles and this proves the fact that cells could take up new functions according to their environment. Click to read more...

2. Each cell type in our body has its unique genomic structure-A surprising discovery

A team of researchers in the US have discovered that each cell type in our bodies has a unique genome structure and this genome structure is generated and reinforced by two important protein complexes that bridge the DNA loops which contribute to proper gene regulation. Click to read more...

3. Prox1 a key transcription factor for brain development

Researchers from St. Jude Children's Research Hospital have shown that a gene named Prox1 is essential for normal development of a brain structure and this is important for learning and memory. Click to read more...

4. Manipulated Neural stem cells: A effective treatment to treat Spinal cord injury

Japanese researchers have tried a novel combination of Neural stem cells and Valproic acid to treat spinal cord injury in mice. The valproic acid which is a drug used for epilepsy manipulated the neural stem cell fate and helped in successful restoration of limb function in these mice. Click to read more...

5. Synthetic material that could keep stem cells alive and multiply for three months discovered

MIT researchers have created an artificial scaffold that helps to expand human pluripotent stem cells into millions and also helps keep stem cells alive for more than three months. Click to read more...

6. Synthetic Blood created –A revolution in Medicine

Scientists have made a revolutionary breakthrough in the field of medicine by creating red blood cells from spare IVF embryos to create synthetic blood and this, the scientists feel would end the need to rely on volunteers to provide blood for transfusions. Click to read more...

7. Stem cells to treat deadly skin disease

Researchers from University of Minnesota have used bone marrow stem cells to treat a deadly skin disease in children known as Epidermolysis Bullosa which causes blistering of skin and ultimately death. Click to read more...

8. One type of Stem Cell helps to maintain another-A Mesenchymal -Hematopoietic relationship

Researchers from Cold Spring harbor laboratory have identified the source of Hematopoietic stem cell (Blood stem cell) maintenance and regulation in the bone marrow. They have reported that the mesenchymal stem cells that reside in the bone marrow along with these hematopoietic stem cells help in their regulation. Click to read more...

9. Scientists discover a key link between blood stem cell and leukemia

Scientists have identified a key reason as to why blood stem cells are susceptible to developing the genetic mutations that can lead to leukemia. Click to read more...

10. Scientists treat Parkinson’s disease in rodents with Induced pluripotent Stem cells

Researchers at the Buck Institute for Age Research have successfully used induced Pluripotent stem (iPS) cells to create dopamine secreting cells and thus have treated Parkinson’s disease in rodents. Click to read more...

11. Study proves that Cardiogenic Growth factors+ Stem cells is an effective cocktail to treat diseased hearts

Researchers at Mayo Clinic have shown that a cocktail of recombinant cardiogenic growth factors and Mesenchymal stem cells harvested from the bone marrow of a group of patients has resulted in improved function without any adverse effects in these patients. Click to read more...

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Quote Corner:

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-Marie Curie

EVENT

1 5th Annual Meeting of the German Society for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)
September 30 - October 2, 2010
University of Lübeck
Campus Lübeck
Germany
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2. International Conference on Frontiers in Biological Sciences
Oct 01 - 03, 2010
NIT, Rourkela
India
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3. World Stem Cell Summit
Oct 04 - 06, 2010
Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center,
Detroit Michigan
USA
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4. NCRM N I C H E 2010
Fifth Anniversary of Nichi-In Centre for Regenerative Medicine
Fujio Cup Quiz 2010, Plenary Session and Symposium on "Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine",
9th October 2010, Chennai,
India
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5. World Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicines Congress Asia
Oct 26 - 29, 2010
Singapore
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6. International Forum on Stem Cells
Nov 12 - 13, 2010
Tianjin, Peoples Republic of China
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